There is no way to tell the story of what happened on June 17, 2015, without talking about deeper histories of race, religion, and violence.
Africa & African Diaspora, African American History, African American Studies, American History, Civil Rights, Current Events, History |
amy kate bailey, anthea butler, blain roberts, blair kelley, chad williams, charleston, christian mcwhirter, douglas egerton, edward e. baptist, gerald horne, Glenda Gilmore, henry louis gates, jason morgan ward, joshua d. rothman, Karen L. Cox, kidada e. williams, manisha sinha, matthew pratt guterl, maurie mcinnis, nell irvin painter, stephen kantrowitz, steve estes, tim tyson, Victoria Bynum, William Ferris, zandria f. robinson |
We hate to brag. Really, we do. But….UNC Press authors have been raking in the prizes the last few months. Here are our latest award winners–check them out!
Awards, UNC Press News |
andrew finstuen, chad williams, cheryl hicks, david chang, gene bell-villada, george reid andrews, graham russell gao hodges, hannah rosen, iftikhar dadi, James Leloudis, jan hoffman french, Jennifer Guglielmo, joan waugh, kate masur, katherine mellen charron, lisa levenstein, lisa voigt, malinda maynor lowery, Megan Sweeney, patrick huber, philip rubio, raul ramos, Robert Korstad, ronald butchart, susan reverby, tiya miles, william leeman
Hot off the press this month is a new book by Chad L. Williams, Torchbearers of Democracy: African American Soldiers in the World War I Era. In the book, Williams reveals the central role of African American soldiers in World War I and how they, along with race activists and ordinary citizens alike, committed to …
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